A strong robust spectator barrier for use around sports pitches and events where crowds need to be controlled in a safe manner. This is the only post & rail spectator barrier system that can be easily removed after each game or left intact in position throughout the playing season. Two types of spectator barriers are available,a socketed version where posts drop into ground sockets for permanent position barriers or a more portable version that slots over a ground spike. Both types of crowd barrier systems are quick and easy to level on undulating ground.The spiked system is Ideal for partitioning football pitches from cricket squares.The socketed spectator barrier can be removed in the close of the season to help grass cutting and pitch maintenance or can be left in position permanently. The system is much safer for players than concrete or steel barriers. The high impact uPVC barriers are maintenance free, they are adaptable, have full spare parts back up and they are reasonably priced in comparison to similar sized steel tube systems. Light weight roll up banners can be used between posts for advertising or special maintenance free plastic boarding can be fixed directly under the rails. If crowds increase the system is adaptable and the posts and rails can be changed to rigid aluminum in any specific areas of the pitch. For more detailed information contact on 07803341483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the length and width of your pitch and a detailed estimate will be sent electronically by return.
FOOTBALL PITCH SPECTATOR BARRIER "We have had the whole of our football pitch cordoned off with your uPVC post & rail system for over five years now, and this is the first time we have had to replace any of it. We as a club have absolutely no problem recommending the spectator barrier plastic post and rail. We were, at first, very dubious as to how long it would last, how often we would need to replace parts, and more importantly how safe and pleasingly visual on the eye it would be. Frankly it ticks all the boxes above, because although initially it was reasonably expensive, it has cost us very little since, in fact the only reason we do need to replace some of the posts is due to damage caused at the base with a grass strimmer. This has now been easily prevented by having metal cuffs placed at the base of the post. As for safety, the system is perfectly safe and quite springy when players collide into It. The posts and rails ,unlike steel and concrete versions, do not injure players. The main thing we like is that it deters supporters from going onto the pitch and has the added big bonus of being visually perfect."